Talala Gazette (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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VOL.2. TALALA, ROGERS COUNTY, OKLA* ^ttURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1910. NO. 51
.Last Monday Mp Basil Stepp
fired the sigud gun for corn
plmting. Uaiil siys the "Early
Bird catches the Worm," and he
is after it.
The lav,- of Oklahoma requires
all incorporated towns to hold an
annual election of the following
officers: One trustee from each
ward, a clerk assesses, treasurer,
marshal and justice of the peace
The time fix^d to hold Ihe election
is on the first Monday of May of
each year. Let us get busy in
The following representation of! Loud so* at Rogerr Rememl>er the day. every Mon-
Talalaite* -were htuuncsa visitors; Tl •. j < , . • . day Dr. McAdoo, dentist, of Nowa-
wert lijiiitiwi visitors at the Hubj ' . ls ,or eTT,. to, see him if you have any dental
- . .. ; election be and the same is hereby: . . , . ,
C.ty 1«. H.,^ ^ lll(m,rhont J™ «*■«° done.
Battuess Toe McDowell, *. <=• i R0gera comity, ff Oktt. . <-r: "* STORE
Ch Ti- arl,8ht aiK ;j;c 24 day of May, iqio ..tponi I am rtow permanently located
•*. 11 set! J tut. ' the question of issuing ' bonds | over the meat market in the J.
of said Rogers county to Ihe'iL. Beatty building, with my new
Mt aud Mrs. McConuell, of j amount of eighty-five thousand j stock of milliner goods and so-
Stroud, Ok la was in Talala I dollars, ($85,000") .for the purpose ^ licit the ladies of Talala aud
Tuesday with Mr. A. E. Streeter of erecting a court house, including; vicinity to call and see me fo*
looking to buy lard. They were jail necsssary payment for site and I anything they need in the Milliner
well pleated *vith the country and | materials and for erecting and j line, as my stock is all new and
have aud have rented a house in furnishing the aasne. Also fifteen1 up-to-date and my price will be
Talala and will return as soon as j thousand dollars($ 15 000.) f >r the; us reasonable as can be had in
they can make the necessary | purpose of erecting a j'-til in .and | any milliner store in this county,
arrangements to move here. # j lor said Rogers county. ;Mrs. Tbos* Pratt.
Just Received Our Spring Line of
Farm Tools and Wagons
"The John Deere Line"
Stalk Cutters. -
Stag Sulky Plows,
Walking List ers,
No. 9 Edge Dorp Corn Planters.
Fort Smith Wagons
W. C. ROGERS.
Sec the Mens' Half hose-at
Today is St. Patrick's day in
Prof. W. S. Hamilton preached
at Watova last Sunday.
Every kind word you say to a
dumb animal or bird will make
City Marshal W. F. Oliver was
at Muskogee last Saturday ou a
Seed corn- Yellow Texas and
White dent at W. C. Rogers.
Squire J. E. Pendletou left
for Claremore and Vinita Wed-
nesday on some real estate business
Herman Bigharn, of Ramona,
was a business caller in Talala.
Mrs. ' John Austin' returned
home last Friday from a month's
visit with her parents at Cabot,
Dr F.. Y. Bass went to Kansas
City Monday uight on a business
trip. He expects to return home
Our old friend and townsman
Mr D. L. Yocum, now of Lenapah,
was a caller at the Gazette
Rev. W. A. Holliugswortli
went to Ruby last Saturday and
preached to a good sized audience
Lanning's acclimated seed corn
grown from northern seed, is for
«ale at W. C. Rogers Store. Price
$2 ; bushel.
Rev. J. R. Peeters, of Adair,
Ok la.. Missionary Baptist will
preach at the church Saturday
evening .March, 19th.
Mr. J. L. Beatty went to Hot
Springs. Ark., Thursday of last
week fjr a few days outiug.
He returned home Monday.
Tiic little two year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Graves
is reported quite seriously ill
with the measles,
Mrs. Sweeny, of Loraeta, Texas,
grand mother of Mrs. W. F.
Oliver is visiting at the W. F.
Oliver home since last Monday.
Mrs. Florenee Hamas, of Mus-
kogee, state organizer for the M.
W. A. came to Talala Tuesday
to do some work in the interest ot
the lodge at this place.
Mrs. S. j. Herman, of Tulsa,
was in Tala'a the fore part of the
week visiting at the homes of her
daughters, Mrs. Harry Lightle and
Mrs. Wm. Warner
: Mr. Wni. H. Whitson was
| called hotud Wepnesday from
• Alluwee wheie he was working
Ion the pipe line on account of
j the serious illness o? their little
j Mr John Case jr. of Chicago
i Ills, is expected to arrive in Talala
' nest week to visit at the Mr.
; Abe Matthews home- on his father's
stock farm adjoining Talala.
I Mrs. E. Y. Bass, Mrs. Chas.
j Robinson and Miss Mary went to
j Nowata Tuesdav and attended two
j lectures given by a missionary lady
; from Chicago, given to the
Womans' Home Mission Socity of
| the Baptist church. A large
attendance at the meeting is
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Stapleton, William H. Talala Gazette (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1910, newspaper, March 17, 1910; Talala, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185063/m1/1/: accessed May 27, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.